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gaffer

Film, TV, etc the senior electrician on a television or film set
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Both men then looked with a weird unholy interest in the wake of Gaffer's boat.
'Why, yes, I have,' said Gaffer. 'I have been swallowing too much of that word, Pardner.
'Since when was you no pardner of mine, Gaffer Hexam Esquire?'
Accused of robbing a live man!' said Gaffer, with great indignation.
'And what if I had been accused of robbing a dead man, Gaffer?'
'Gaffer! If you think to get rid of me this way--.'
A neophyte might have fancied that the ripples passing over it were dreadfully like faint changes of expression on a sightless face; but Gaffer was no neophyte and had no fancies.
At Cardiff last year it was not a very good season for me and I need to play football, so it was a good opportunity for me when the gaffer called me.
he was only following his rocket told in getting real resilience They but smil"The gaffer had told me to keep on shooting.
The Ibrox skipper joined his gaffer in drawing up the document he hopes will TURN TO PAGE 49 FROM BACK PAGE ensure no repeat of last season's bad behaviour which led to 12 red cards and a host of bans which hampered the squad's attempts to win silverware.
"It has been nice to come in and the gaffer has played me in the games as a trialist and luckily I have done well.
Aaron Williams "Theo was nothing but positive about Telford and the gaffer, and then Adam signed.